I really don't want to come off as a complainer, because overall, I have been somewhat satisfied with Themis' presentation of material for Maryland and MBE subjects. However, as I am completing the MBE contracts lecture I can't help but notice the fact that the Multistate outline has significant holes for certain topics (i.e. "risk of loss for UCC contracts"). Professor Geis is great, and he mentioned that risk of loss is ripe for testing, so I am a bit concerned that Themis has omitted it from the outline (or has hidden it in another area). This concerns me because I tend to rely on the outline to review because the handouts often cover information that is too basic and not really tested on the practice MBE questions. Has anyone else noticed this?
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